William Morris

William Morris: Selected full-text books and articles

Fantastic Worlds: Myths, Tales, and Stories By Eric S. Rabkin Oxford University Press, 1979
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FREE! William Morris By Alfred Noyes MacMillan, 1908
FREE! Signs of Change; Lectures on Socialism By William Morris Longmans, Green, 1915
William Morris, Designer By Gerald H. Crow; C. G. Holme Studio, 1934
A Victorian Rebel: The Life of William Morris By Lloyd Wendell Eshleman Charles Scribner's Sons, 1940
Portrait of William Morris By Esther Meynell Chapman & Hall, 1947
William Morris and W. B. Yeats By Peter Faulkner Dolmen Press, 1962
Studies of English Poets By J. W. MacKail Longmans, Green, 1926
Librarian's tip: "William Morris" begins on p. 173
Camelot in the Nineteenth Century: Arthurian Characters in the Poems of Tennyson, Arnold, Morris, and Swinburne By Laura Cooner Lambdin; Robert Thomas Lambdin Greenwood Press, 2000
Librarian's tip: Chap. 4 "William Morris"
William Morris By Philip Henderson Longmans, Green, 1952
Dreams of an English Eden: Ruskin and His Tradition in Social Criticism By Jeffrey L. Spear Columbia University Press, 1984
Librarian's tip: Chap. 4 "Morris: Revolution as Realized"
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